fuse-box - A blazing fast js bundler/loader with a comprehensive API :fire:

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FuseBox is a bundler/module loader that combines the power of webpack, JSPM and SystemJS.It is blazing fast (it takes 50-100ms to re-bundle) which makes it extremely convenient for developers. It requires zero configuration to bundle such monsters like babel-core.

https://github.com/fuse-box/fuse-box#readme
https://github.com/fuse-box/fuse-box

Dependencies:

acorn : ^5.1.2
acorn-jsx : ^4.0.1
ansi : ^0.3.1
app-root-path : ^2.0.1
base64-img : ^1.0.3
base64-js : ^1.2.0
chokidar : ^1.6.1
clean-css : ^4.1.9
escodegen : ^1.8.1
express : ^4.14.0
fliplog : ^0.3.13
fs-extra : ^2.0.0
fuse-concat-with-sourcemaps : ^1.0.5
glob : ^7.1.1
ieee754 : ^1.1.8
inquirer : ^3.0.6
lego-api : ^1.0.7
mustache : ^2.3.0
opencollective : ^1.0.3
postcss : ^6.0.1
pretty-time : ^0.2.0
prettysize : 0.0.3
realm-utils : ^1.0.9
regexpu-core : ^4.1.3
request : ^2.79.0
shorthash : 0.0.2
tslib : ^1.8.0
watch : ^1.0.1
ws : ^1.1.1
yargs : ^9.0.1

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